Released last weekend, the update was released just days after the US broadcasting giant reconfirmed its investment of $300 million in 50 productions filmed in Mexico and announced in mid-April that it would open offices in Bogota, Colombia, and that it would introduce 30 new projects. in Colombia until 2022.
It also comes after Netflix confirmed in a letter to investors last week that the Mexican mystery thriller Who Killed Sarah? It became the American broadcasting giant’s most popular non-English title in the US in its first 28 days, racking up nearly 55 million views for the family’s account.
Netflix Confirms Its 2021 Argentinian Originals Headed Up”margin 4” and the first season of “Kingdom.” With the addition of existing Argentine projects, the streaming studio’s production portfolio is a further indication that Netflix is still in the process of aggressively expanding original production in Latin America, where it has more than 37 million family accounts.
Highlights of her promotional campaign in Argentina included the first images from the launch of the 2021 tagline for “El Reino,” a political movie that highlights how Netflix is now producing with so much of the country’s top talent.
Directed by Marcelo Pinheiro (“Kamchatka”) from scripts co-written with novelist Claudia Pinheiro (“Las Relas de Jara”), the eight-hour series is produced by Matthias Musterín for K&S, and among his film credits is Cannes and Venice Actors’ “Wild Tales” ‘ and ‘the clan’.
Featuring a first-class Argentine crew—Mercedes Moran, Diego Peretti, Chino Darin, Nancy Dubla, Joaquin Forel and Peter Lanzani—”El Reno” is about a man running for Argentina’s vice president, when the presidential candidate is assassinated. Campaign closed. Sensing the opportunity to become the next president of Argentina, he also seeks to find out who is behind the assassination and its causes. “El Reino” will appear on Netflix this Argentine winter.
Netflix also launched a promotional campaign for the fourth season of “El Marginal”, the most famous of which was the last Argentine series, which was produced in March, when Argentina resumed filming and television. Season 1 star, Juan Minujín returns to the gritty prison thriller featuring a new prison, Puente Viejo, but retains the main cast of Nicolas Furtado, Martina Gusman and Gerardo Romano. The series is presented for Netflix by Sebastian Ortega of Underground and Telemundo Global Studios.
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